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North Carolina! PREPARED FOR ENJOYMENT.! The President Not Slow to Leave Washington. Will Fish and Shoot in Carolina. Passed Norfolk Yesterday Morning on the Violet. President Cleveland lost little time alter the adjournment of Congress in ?eekiug seolusiou und rest from the official cares with whioh ho haB been surrounded in tho past woek, and enrly yesterday morning passed through this harbor ..n his way to the North Caro? lina sounds, where ho will remain u week or ten days shooting and fishing, in ccmpauy with Capt. Wildes, ol the Lighthouse i'.oard, and Commander Lotnbertou,inspector for tho ularyluud Fifth Lighthouse District, aud Dr. O'fteilly, his army physioian. The \S Into House at tho same time hsB beeu placed out of commission nud with the departure of tho party tho Hug \ras drawn down, and will remain un hoisted until the President again takes up his residence there, Freparatious have beeti in progress for tho trip at least two woeks, und frequent visits have been tuado to Washiugtou tiy Capt. Laruberton to consult witli the Fresideut regarding tho time ho wished to depart. The trip will bo oao of pleasure for the party as well as bust ness for the Yiolot. She goes ou UER QUARTER!/? TRIP to deliver supplies to the lighthouse-, when inspections will nlso bo tuado of the service, lighthouses and buoyage system, whicli has suffered matoriully by tho recent attacks of ico does. There is little nbout tho old eide wheelar that would impress any one with the idea that shu could possibly be converted into anything approach? ing luxury or beauty, or exactly com? patible with tho presence of tho distin? guished passengur ou board. There is probably no plainer ship truvorsiug tho waters of the Potomac nud t hesupeake. and aside from n blue peuuuut denot? ing the Prestdout'ii preseuce no other token was borne from her mast. Ou her decks weru lingo derricks and ap? paratus for lifting iu and out buoys to replace those lost or requiring repairs. Great can buoys und t>tucks ol spur buoys woro heaped up, ami from the freight bIio curried it was evident tbo trip would be otio o! iuipurtuuco lo tho llghthoUSO service. A I.KlsrjlELY VOTA IS, Two or threo servants were with the party aud, with tho exception of those accompauyiug tho PreMdeut by ins invitation, there were no others on board save the captain and crew. The President has with him several double barrel shotguns, a rillo und u stock of ammunition to last a mouth, if ueces sury. He has also a lishermau's outfit and will probably try his luck in land? ing socio of tho tisb which are now running in Southern waters. Tho sea son is hardly favorable for huutiug, but tbo Presnleut proposes taking ad? vantage of what gamo comes within shot, regardless of whether it bu largo ot small. In his absence the White House will be practically closed to bus? iness, There uro but few important matters awaiting his uetiou, nud thosu appointments which will have to lie tuade in the next mouth or two will bo postponed until tho President's return. INVITED O?ESTS, Secretaries (iroshuiu aud Carlisle, whom he had invited to go with him, found at the lust moment that they had too muoh important business ou hand to justify their absence from the city at present, aud they weru reluc? tantly compelled to forego the pleas? ures of the expedition. Capt. Willis takes the place of tho redoubtable Capt. iiobley li. Evans as commaudcr in-obiof of the expedition. Tne President is going over familiar waters aud iiuds them most attractive, especially as it enables him to obtain much-needed rest and relaxation with the minimum publicity. Tho great benefits derived from short outiugs on she water in tho past determined him to repeat tho experiment at tho first fa? vorable opportunity. This came with the adjournment of Congress. He will be in telegraphic communication with the White House at short mtervuls on his route, and can give instructions in any mutter reqiring immediate action, ran viot.kt described. The "S iolet's hull is painted black, while the tipper portion of thu steamer is a murky yellow. Adjoining the cap tain's stateroom, on thu rear of the up per deck, is a smuil room, comfortably but not elaborately furnished. Open? ing oi! from tho cabin uro two rooms, one fitted with a bedstead aud tho other with several bunks. The cabin is dark und is provided with u centre tablo aud a desk. The dining room is below in the "bold." It was ju9t a little after ? o'clock yes? terday morning when tho Violet ar? rived at the buoy yard, iu Portsmouth, where sbo remained about two hours j before passing up tho Southern Hrauch j to the canal. The President did not leave his room until just before thu vessel leached the locks, when ho came on deck and took in thu scenery ou either side of the river's bunks. huntersville" The residents and the traveling pub? lic are growing very impatient wait tog for something to bo done for tho roads that lie nlong the avenues of this town. They are begining to despair of ever aeeing any further improve? ments on tho lines. Mr. Sommers hso commenced to put the ball park in condition for the spring ball games. Try Murray's dinners and breakfasts 5'ic. each. They are the beat in the ?Uto; bt Roaaoke avenue. Alt Anlopr Held. Ramon nmoDg residente of Bram bletou Ward, touching; ttio suddou death of a lndy, resulted iu tho disiu I teriuout yesterday atteruuou four hours after hurial, of thu remains of thu lutu Mrs. Zipporah Butlaud, who died very suddenly Mouday night nwuy from her home, aud whoso suddoit iloutli, it is said, was not roported to tho Coroners. At yesterday's meeting of tho Board of.iloaltb tho matter was dismissed aud a Jfull investigation ordered by tho police aud Coroners. At 1 o'clock in the afternoou Coroners P. V. Newton and O. L. Charters, with Dr. C. U. Vance, lecrotnry of the Hoard of Health, hud tho body diMuterruil nud taken to tbo ladies' bouso in F.lmwood Cemetery, where an autopsy wus hold in tbe presence of a jury composed of Messrs, John L. Nash, J, T. Wilsoo, H. Valentine, Joel Capps, .lohu A. Jen? kins ami e. Ij. C. Mnnniug. Tho result nf tho autopsy will uot he known until Friday morning at 11 o'clock, to which titno the inquest wus adjouraed. At thut time a number of witnesses will be examined. Last night Dotocttvo dames sworo out a warrant before Justice Aehhurii for thearrost ol Dr. S. K. Jucksou, ou u churgu of inulpractico in connection with tbo case Tho information on which tbo warrant was sworu out was given by Coroner Cliartors, and l>r. Jackson was arrustcd ut bis homo and taltuu to tho station house, where he was detained iu tho Captain's ollice. Dr. Jaoksou denied tho chargo ton VlltUISIAN reporter. Judge Brooko was secured us counsel and he wns taken before Judge Uanokel, who al? lowed him bad in tbe tum of $1,000, with CommoJoro .Marshall Parks as suroty._ Corporal Ion Ciiurl, Tho grand jury in tbo Corporation Court yesterday returned tho following truu bills: James U, .Simmon.:, ussuult und bat? tery. I? Shields, A Tennis, Lewis Hnyaes, Thumas H Morau, Tousie Price, D A Pudordowu, J W Jenkins and C K Merrill, selling lhjuor without a li consc. ? K Merrill, J E Prince, Hallio Kto vans, T J Biohnrdsou, N 13 Joyuos und W A Stownrt, selliug liquor on tho Sabbath day. 1 be gi mid jury also mado n lengthy presentment us to tho bud character of the bar room No. ;>S Union street, where u policeman was recently as Baulted, aud recommended that the license bo revoked aud tlio pluoe de? clared unsuitable for tho barroom busi? ness. The licouBo for thia place is 111 tho unnio ol (ieo, M. Heppel, who has been tuinitnoned to appear ou tho liltb to show cnuso why tho license shall uot ho revoked. Thu grand jury was adjourned for tho term. Mr. W. T. Put r.ui, qnnlillod as gtiardiau of bis son, Charles Ctis ilarrou. Tho motion docket wns 'called und several minor ouuoh disposed of, Tho potit jury will bo called to day, roi.ici: COURT, Justice Burroughs had a small docket yesterday, Kniest VVeidtke, white, larceny (chock Hashing); four mouths in jail. Tom oauudere, colored, assault; dis? missed. Mike Shutter, white, unlawful shoot? ing ut Mary t lot an, colored; liued tl 2.75. John Adams, white, breach of the peace; lined $12.25, BRAMBLETON. liefpilar monthly mooting of Inas mucli Circle of King's Daughters will bo held nt Mrs. Wortbiugtou's, corner ol Clay aud Willougbby avenues, this afternoon, nt I o'clock. There is much cuuplaiut of standing wuter, which occasions ijuito u nuisance in tho rear ot residences located north of lligtdaud avenue uud between Uibbs avenue uud tho Norfolk terminal. Air.'. J. 'P. Hastings and children, of Maltby avenue, have returned from a pleaisut visit to friends uud relative ut Virginia Beach. 1 ti&t potato rnco at tho rosidonca of Mrs, Brown, Corprow und Maltby uve DUes, tho other night ulVorded great pleaanre to the largo crowd iu attend ance, Tho excollant oyster nuppor nud line music added much to tho Bueoess aud happiness of tho occasion. A handsome Bum was realized, for which the Indies ot Trinity Methodist Cnureh uro thanU1111 to all who helped them, Mustor Joo Crowder eutertatnod a number of his young friends last night at the residence of his father, Mr. W.A. Crowder, Claiborue avenue. The earnest und forcible efforts of Rev. W. \V. Royall, D. D., at Mo Kon dree every afternoou uud night are making a deep impression ou tho minds und lieurts of tho people. Services to? day as usual._ P. P. P. makes positive cures of nil stages ol rheumatism, syphilis, blood poi&Dti, scrofula, old sores, oc/.oma, mahtrni and female complaints. P. P. P. is a powerful touic, nud uu excellent appetizer, building up tho system rapidly. _ Pure fresh milk ?e per glass at Mac's Dairy Lunch Booms, 99 Main street, 2G 11.,i 1 Market bquure aud 195 Mum street. Slr?l\Vl??-rrlr? IVIIit Crclim. !' Call ot "The Cosket" lor strawberries aud cream, seasonable goods for that establishment. Thu best goods in jew? elry aud watches. Canes aro offered at specially low prices at "The Casket." Watches und jowolry ropuired thoro by best skill aud satisfaction guaranteed. Call on Greenwood ic Bro., lGd Maiu street._ Now lino of bridal preseut, tho best lino of sterling silver wo ever had. New Waterbury watches for 82.00. Chap mau ,v Jakemnu, Another invoice of letups und tables aud new shades. Chapman & Jakemau, I Children Cry for In the Spring You Are Always Run Down. And Will Tell You dust What to Do for Yourself--And Just Why You Should Follow Exactly This Plan. Tn Iho spring every body needs to tlnuk uhuut taking a spring inodioino, Not only io this n common prnctioe. hut a very ueeoKBary and healthful one. It is a fact which physicians acknowl? edge aud the people recognize gouor ally, that a spring tonic tnkeu during thu mouths of March. April and May is more conducive to thu restoration of health, in casos of those wtio are sick, tban any other course of treatment that could possibly ho adopted. It is turtnor understood by every? body that even for those who call them? selves well, it is very important ut this seasuu of the year, if they would main tain goud health and vigor, to take a spring remedy to strengthen aud invig? orate the nerves, tone up the action o( all thu organs, and thus, by creating u healthy condition of tho nerves, blood, stomach, livor kidneys aud bowels us slsl nature in Ihn efforts shu alwayy makes in the spring to clcuusc, purify and invigorate the system. In the spring there are a great many and important changes goiui^ on in the body. Perfect health cannot bo main? tained while tho system is clogged and tno organs sluggish, nnd tho person has a luuguil und weakened feeling, with more or less nervous debility. Now, iu regard to what you should take. Tho best spring medicine, in? dorse.) and recommended by physicians and. druggists aud tho poople, is Dr. tirooue's Nervuru blood and norva remedy. In proof of this thousands of testimonials uro being constantly pub? lished in tho papers. Tho following is from Mrs. Ktta Stunner, of < ... -.lulls, Mich.: "1 havo been afflicted," sbo eays, "with nervous debility for a year, My nerves wero completely prostrated, aud 1 suffered ut tho slightest excitement, with greut headache. At times 1 was entirely overcome by this disease. 1 would stay iu the house alone, and de? spise tho eight of my own couple, ?'My onttro nervous system was shat? tered, and my lifo was a worrnnent und burden to me. I was advised to try Dr. tlrceuo'ri Nervura blood and nervo remedy, und whilo on tho first bottle began to rooover. My friends were very much surprised. ??'.S. K ITA sl\MX Uli. "Jleforo 1 Had finished tho second bottle, I could sleep with a quiet mind, and eat with a ready und re? freshing appetite, 1 havo taken three bottles ami am entirely cured of all my sufferings, I havo found l>r. Greene's I Nervura blood and nerve rcmody to be !\actly what it is represented. 'T cannot speak half highly euough of it. I cheerfully und earnestly recouMueml it to everyone attlicted wit h disease. What gives pcopio absolute confidence in it. is its being thu dis covery of one of our best known and most successful physicians." No remedy in tho world is so snro to bring back bloom and color to the wan and failed cheeks, the brillaucy to tho hollow and haggard eyes, tue light? ness and elasticity to the weak und wosry steps, the strength and vitalty to the unstrung, shattered und worn out nerves. It is, indeed, the greatest of all spring medicines, fur it makes the sick well und strong. It is not a patent medicine, but (he prescription of tho most successful liv? ing specialist iu curing nurvous and chronic diseases, Dr. Ureeno, of West 11th St.. New York City. He has tho largest practica in tho world, aud this grand medical discovery is tho result of his vast experience, The great reputation of Dr. Oreeue is a guarantee thai Ins medicine will cure, and the tuet that ho can be consulted by iiuyotio, at any tiaio free of charge, personally or by letter, gives absolute assurance of this wonderful medicine. ATLANTIC CITY. Miss P.lVio Flamming, of Baltimore, Mil,, is the guest of Miss Rosa Muu tiigtio, of t'ampo avenue. Mrs. Paine,Mrs, Barnes,Mrs, Thorn? ton aud Mrs. Doe will meet all tho chil? dren that desire to attend tho mass meetiug under anspices of the \V. C. T. I'. at tho Y. M. O. A. ut 2:80 p. m. to? day, ot tho public school building, to ueeoinpotiy them down town. They will bo properly cared for, Tho handsome new organ for Central Avenuo Haptiat Church was rooeived yesterday. Tho meetings conducted nt Colloy Memorial Church by Bev. W'eston It. tiales, day and night,are growing more attraetive aud powerful. Mrs. J, T, Houtten, of tho Methodist parsouugo. is ou a visit to her Bick mother, Mrs. West, nt Nimuio's, Prin? cess Anne county, Ya. I Pitcher's, Oastoria. Fair aud warmer weather. Mr. Robert T. Small, who has been very ill, was slightly improved last night. Mr. John L. Deggo qualified boforo dustico Hurroiigba yesterday us a judgo of election. Mr. Kuling Heath has beon appoint* ed Assistant Street Inspector iu pluce of Mr. U. II. Loo. A watch stolon last Sunday from Dr. Sterling, corner Chnpol nud Ualvort struct, has boon recovered. Tho New York baseball team plays iu Norfolk and Portsmouth March 2'Jth aud ;iu?two games iu ouch city. Maj. Walter F. Irvino. who baa bcou sick for a long tituo at his homo on I Sank street, is now able to go down Btairs, aud is receiving visitors. Tho striking personality of tho Hon, Johu| Ingnlls, ol Kansas, was easily reoogni/.ablo on tho streets yosterday. Tho libel of tho Norfolk and (..'uro linn railroad vs. tbo steamer City of Choster will bo tried iu tbo United States Court to-day, Tho United States Commissioner has sent on to tho ?raud jury .luuo Smith, alma ,lauo Porkins, to uuswer a charge of ponsioti fraud. Tbo negro exhibit at tho Atlanta Ex? position promises to bo a very interest nig one. Tho Norfolk Commissioners uro working bard. Air. It, C. Hoffman, president of tho Hay Lino and Seaboard Air Line, wan horo yesterday from Baltimore, iu con? nection with the boycott of the hitter lino. Mr. Itobert M. Hughes, of Ulis city, hna offered a $20 gold medal to the member of either tho Philomutbean or I'bccnix Literary Sucietioa writing the best essay. Claud Wilkius, au engineer, was ar? rested yesterduy by Deputy Marshal Cross iu connection with the Mc Nomura White engineer's license case, He was bailed Tuesday. The Young Ladies' Aid Society of tho Freemason Street linptist Church will give a birthday tea to Mrs. Wlmr lou. wife of Dr. M. 11. Whnrtou, iu tho looturo room of tho church from ? to 7 thia evening. Theru will bo a ennforenco of tho Y'e of thia district to-night nt tho Y. M. C. A. Hull. RecitutiotiH,osHuys, pongs, eto., will bo rendered by tho young Indies aud Rev. Dr. \\. V. Tudor will deliver an uddress. All young people are earnestly invited to niton.1. Kev. A. Coke Smith. D. D., will ad? dress tho Twin City Church Exteusion Society of tho Methodist Church nt Mouumoutol Church, Portsmouth, this evening ut-S o'cloci;. Subject: "The Providential Dovelopmout of Metho? dism." Tho public is cordially invited to attend, Napoleon mid tbe tri Department at Nusbaum's is greatly to bo admired. Tho many different stylos of photo? graphs, iu all sizes, of Napoleon, uow ou exhibition, will arouse the uuiuin lion of any tulmirer of picture!', uud especially during tho presout Napoleon craze. Don't fail to pay us a visit and inspect our art und book departments, Nusbaum's, 12,8 Mum street. oiiM-u?ii\<-r iii i.iirtui Qnantliiea At Burrow's lirng store; ul>o bug poison mado lrom corrosive toihliinuto nud alcohol; strongest article warranted to destroy bedbugs und also to prevent for outtro year. Only 'J?o u piut. Nickel I.over Watch, $4. Repairing a specialty. Brown .V Wolf, jewelers, successors to S. It. Smith, 11 Buuk street, If you feel weak and all worn out take BROWN'S IRON BITTERS DON'T FAIL^aaite^Z 'l o see our large stock of ^s^SPRlNG HATS Wo .an p Quo you in prl'e an.1 qu.ihiy. LOW El ST" PRICES I Walter J. Simmons & Co.. 1" MMN STREET. iVlISS VOGELS, i.ate or thi: BERLIK ?OHSEHV?T8R, OF PIUSIC. TEACHERSOF PIANO, VIOI.1S AM> TMEORV OF" MUSIC, ACCOSDIXQ TO THE LATEST CONSERVA? TORY METHOD.?. M<iIon languages taught practically nil lb.fr orellrullv after il.-,nulluni ..f tl.e It. ihn tk-beol ??! Languages, wheteby pupil* learn isptdlTto ^i> -a? h well .i? r.uJ uuj writ.-. Eight yean expire nee aurotd. inr? l; They Discuss the Sudden Death of a Norfolk Lady. REFERRED TO THE CORONER Ventilation and Heat of School-Houses. Increase of the Secretary's Salary. Report of the Sanitary Inspec? tor. New Cases of Fever. Some Other Matters. Tho Hoard of Health hold its regular weekly meeting yeaterday, with Mr. Kilhy iu tlic chair. Tho Sanitary inspector's report showed ninety-two nuisauoes, of which seveuty-livo have been abated. The matter of Dr. Vance's salary oa Heorolary of tho Hoard, which was in? creased at the last meeting from ?'J5 to S U) per mouth, camo up ami Mr. Kilby, while not (piostioniug tho amount, thought that tho Hoard had no right to supplement tho salary of a city olli cer whoso salary is provided for iu tho annual budget of the city. Mr. Williamson, ou whose motion tin; sulary was increased, Baid that with tho light ho had been given on tho subject Einco tho last meeting ho would move that tho resolution iucreusiug Dr. V.'a Balory bo reconsidered. The motion failed for want of a second. WILL BEE TUB ATTORNEY, It waa subsequently understood by the Hoard that Dr. Vauco would see tho City Attorney aud loam if the Hoard had exceeded its authority iu euppiementiug said salary, A oummuuieatiou from tho Street, Sowor and lJruin Hoard wns received, announcing that tho hoard was at work on tho sowers, aud that tho request of tho Hoard of Health that the choked couditioii of the sewers ou Hogoie' aud l.assitor's courts be rolievcd would be be attended to as quickly us possible, VENTILATION AND HEAT, The committee appointed to inspoct tho heating aud ventilating apparatus iu tho Atluutio City BChool building mudo mutt fuvorubio report ou tho same. Certain property owners ou York street wore giveu sixty days iu which to couuect their premises with tho city sower, instead of private eower, as ut present, A request from Colonol W. H. Tay? lor for permission to dig out tho back of his lot, ut tho corner of York and Yarmouth stroets was granted. A BUDDED DEATH, Tho sudden death of a lady was dis? cussed, aud tho matter was referred to tho Cormier. Mr. Williamson called nttoution to tho condition of tho stock-yard. The Sanitary Inspector reportod threu now cases of scarlet fever and ono ot diphtheria during the past two weeks. Ho also reported ponds on Jefferson street und tiruuby street extondod in bad sanitary condition. ? ?iui mil' III. New, beautiful and useful novolties for birthday and other gifts. Dia? monds and watches can be found in greater variety ut Frank U. dale's than eisewhore. 152 Main street. mi i it. MARTIN?At the reddenee of her bus banil, uoar tho Julien Creek llri.-ire. Ueep Creek roan", Korfot.i county. Starch tub, is Mat I 50 a. in.. Mi a. ANN 11A It II N. wire or Jonathan Martin, Esq., ;iK?d 73 veers, lu mouth- ."? i njh. i unural servil o? nt the rosid- uco Weilnes rtuy utm noon nt ;i a clock. VrienUi und uc quaiiil an <-s uuituil to attend. THE CCUFER GARBLE WORKS, in, 113 and 115 Bank St., NORFOLK, - - . VIRGINIA, LargO Stock Ot finished MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES. ea-Heauj for IMMEDIATE l>El*IVKKY The Virginian's Daily Hints [-FOB? HOUSE-KEEPERS I? :BilFofFare -KOK TO - MORROW, Friday, 8th of March. Peorratoirr.l Hue l:Ujb Ii letter II..in :i thousand gri.au, BREAKFAST, Apples and Dates. I oil Frillers Hak?il I'otatOO*. whitu tread, t'oru OrlddluCaK**. Bvrup. ('nflee. DINNER. Baked Flab, Mashed Potatoes, banned Suceorasb, Pickles, t'-lerj. llhnkljcrry lain Sliced OiUUges. .lunillcs. SUPPER. UlOid aud llnltir. Torn Mush. liuked Apples, tried Beef. Cake. Milk. Tea. BEEF FRITTERS. Cut col I beef Into One sbrcda; niak" a hatter of ibewhltisol iwv eci;,, iwti tablcspuoiifult water, one of butler. Hour enough to juake it ai lh;ckas for fritters, add tb*beef, pep|ier aud suit, dr..pby aauall spoonfuls Into Ina lard. Pry brown; ^erve hut. i:\iiavpguHc Dogats teini t ui?u and temptation crluuv .isc in ttie optn nlr w hentver the weather per in.u._ WK.*. i i1 Kit iii:poht. Forecast lor 'iii.iiny, WamiiSuto.n, D. C Mar.h 7.1S9?. For Virginia: Fair: light south wluJs; j slightly warmer iu Virginia.] For North Carolina: Fair, preceded by >cal showers in southern portion; cast to ' south wiuls. M iNiATt'ttK Almanac?Sun Uses, 6:20; suo acts H:U4. iiii;li water, and 6:11 a. nt. low water 12:00 and 12:2a a. in._ i.ocui illctoorolosricatl Duta. [kuu 21 uoens KNOIKO t* o'clock last mout.J U. U. Dl l'Ar.TMKNT Ol' AOKICCLTCBI;, ] \\T:vi unit BuBCAU, I I. a il Office, Doilsou liti'liling, t NoitTOLK, Va., Mat ch ti, 1SS5, J Maximum temperature. GS Miniminii temperatuic. 32 Mormal.temporatnre deducted from 20 years' observation. 45 Dcparturo from normal. I) Ac.luutulateddeparture for tho uioutli plus 11 Accumulated dopatturo since Jan. 1 plus J2? Precipitation, in inches. 0 Total precipitation siuco 1st of tho month. 1.21 _.1. J. Quay. Ohsorver. After iliei Urip, diphtheria, pucnmriiiiA, ? scarlet fever, ty? phoid lovur, etc.. lie . ?? Baigaparilln i? of wonderful benetll iu Imparting thu strength nui Vigor su much dt-turu 1. Hoou'd PILLS for the liver and 1'OWfcls act easily jot promptly nn.l effectively OWE PRICE HOUSE. New Dress Goads, New Dress DooUs. Wo llRVO the lar^o t anil most complete lino Pf Sl'ltlNli DUI.l-SliUOUS we have ever vhuwu at lowor pricoi thau we aver offered them before. We ? e showing all tho uowo t and latest I styles in rronchhud Domestic I'tattorn. Dresses ! Look at our At.I. WOOL DltF.SS OOODS, in-hen wide, at 2Hc aud so. Si'LCiAL VALUES. BLACK GOODS, DRESS GOODS. Our Hue of 1 LACK r>BE<H nouns this s- uson it hv tar tw i e thu lue wo have over shown in new woaves ol the eea-ou. it.no Cloth, OtieviOts, Serges. Crop.ma. Itittt rt ? Henrietta* Turaise Nuns tellings, Jaok 1 arils, Silk Cropuns nud nil iLe lat a: oflects. Our Mot to" Low Prices. bi Main Street, Under Academy o.' Music. -1:3-0. 1-5=? (One-Minute, Thirty-four and One-fifth Seconds) By W. J. EDWARDS, of California, ou a H ^^^^^^^^ rorftot Fearing*. Bnperlor Workmanship makoi (no Rambler fastost eivlea' leit runuiiie. Itcycloint a world. MOItK (loon POINT* i HAN AN? UlCiCtih maul. c.u auJ mo largest ?u I b?*t *to ?? bicycle* tu be rouud South. , 9 ??t?>.^j 1 fw 9< s7 MAIN ST ?1 HONK. 180 i Sis Made from Fine Ripe Old Sun Cured Tobacco. \ ft m I Sun Cured Leaf, grown in the counties around Richmond, ? $Va., makes the choicest, sweetest, most lasting chew on earth. % H?8E8RY13 IDE FRQJTl THIS?CHEW Pfflt! 3% 9 W ?lUUL,U^l ? AW t.vi.t ^T. C. WXLLJ?MS. & CO., - #A RICHMOND, VA yi HELLO! WHAT'S THIS 1 I. Fresh Country Pork Sau? sage Meat, 10c. per pound. Fresh Country Eggs, per dozen, 23c. Five pounds of New YOrk State Butter for $1. Two Cans Delaware Table Peaches for 25c. H. Clay Pickett, _43 Market Place._ SEI HERE! TOOK OTT FOB BARGAINS! ?IN? ATSO A LABOE LINE OF Ladies' and Children's Underwear. Our Own Make? ?AT ? M. WEINBERG'S, 252 Church Street. .. . OUR . . . 2.00 en's Shoes arc guaranteed to be and warranted to wear well . . . OUR . . . First Quality Bongola, and warranted towearwell. means New Shoes given where they fail to lie as represented. POLAND WATER. CUEBMTEO HOI OMLY FOR IIS GREIN MIDiCAL PSOPERllto. BUI FIR IIS FUMY. A. Delicious Table Water. M%mm m Offered ?y leo?ina Piwitt. Parrels, 4ii snlloui, - - ? ?H 01 i ?? 20 - 6 "Ml 5 gallons nrator, . - ? ? 1 76 1 pullen wntor. ... . 40 Case24 h.it gallon bottle* (uutnrat) ? 7 oj JOHN VERMILLION, Ag't., Granby Street, near Main Street, NORFOLK, V A. Shoes. Shoes. BPKOIATa SALE FOB TWO WEEKS. Two hundred palia of Ladies Lour llntlon in three styles tan, worth s/'j, r iluced t? 4 S '? Mi n - Shoes n .ill at) h u :it the lowest |>rue* in the oity. M. J, MAODBN'3, 800 Cnuri ii Bti oot, in ur'.y opposite, Viw.i struot,